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« on: February 29, 2012, 12:29:14 pm »

And it's continued today. Many white Georgians put their absolute faith in the Republican party based on fear. They're incredibly scared of a fast growing minority presence and an influx of liberal white voters who don't seem to share in their fear.

That is something I always wondered about. There are a bunch of Southern states (Georgia, North Carolina, Texas and Virginia) that are seeing a large wave of predominately Northern liberal whites moving into their states. I know a recent poll was done in Virginia asking people there if they considered themselves to be Southern. The results were fascinating as it showed that opinions were on pace to become 50-50 within the decade. What are the opinions native whites on these white Northern transplants that don't see race as an issue and tend to vote for Democrats?
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